Well, when someone experiences "paresthesias" -- the tingling -- can come from a number of different things.
Specific patterns of tingling could help point to a cause.
For example - tingling in just the hand can be due to carpal tunnel syndrome, or nerve compression in the neck.
Tingling in the left hand and the left side of the face would be more concerning for a brain type of numbness, which can affect one side of the body.
But when you have tingling in both sides of the body, in only certain parts (face, hands and feet) with other areas feeling OK, this makes it seem like it is less nerve related.
So, other possible causes could be issues with electrolyte disturbances, low thyroid hormones, vitamin deficiencies, other medical conditions that can affect peripheral nerves, and even hyperventilation/anxiety.
So, the fact you still feel good is encouraging, but certainly further investigation would be needed, at the very least starting with a neurologic exam and bloodwork to see if there are any clues to help point you in one direction or another.